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LA's historic Olvera Street hard hit by pandemic

LA's historic Olvera Street hard hit by pandemic

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutOlvera Street has been hit hard by a drop in tourism combined with a ban on in-person dining.By LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- For nine nights culminating on Christmas Eve, the oldest street in Los Angeles typically comes alive with a festive re-enactment of the nativity story, as children playing Mary and Joseph go door to door seeking shelter where she can give birth to Jesus.If the procession were held this year, they would find many of the businesses on Olvera Street shuttered.The Mexican market, known as the birthplace of Los Angeles, has been particularly hard hit...

December 25, 2020
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Growing list of cities look to break away from LA County health department

Growing list of cities look to break away from LA County health department

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutFollowing the recent restrictions on outdoor dining, the list of cities looking to break away from the L.A. County Department of Public Health is growing.By LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Following the recent restrictions on outdoor dining, the list of cities looking to break away from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is growing."Now, you shut it down again. Tell me how many businesses can survive?" asked West Covina Mayor Tony Wu.Tuesday night, Beverly Hills took up the matter in its city council meeting. The council asked staff to explore the...

December 2, 2020
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LA County sees record 6,124 COVID-19 cases in one day as new restrictions take effect

LA County sees record 6,124 COVID-19 cases in one day as new restrictions take effect

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- With new restaurant restrictions set to take effect this week, Los Angeles County is once again breaking its own record for the highest number of new coronavirus cases reported in a day.The county reported 6,124 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, breaking a previous record of just over 5,000 that was set last week.Hospitalizations and outbreaks at workplaces are also continuing to surge, said county public health director Dr. Barbara Ferrer.From Oct. 31 to Nov. 14, the county saw a 67% increase in COVID-19 outbreaks at non-healthcare...

November 23, 2020
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Gov. Newsom orders major reopening rollback in attempt to control rampant COVID-19 spread

Gov. Newsom orders major reopening rollback in attempt to control rampant COVID-19 spread

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutGov. Gavin Newsom ordered several sectors to once again shut down Monday amid an increasingly concerning coronavirus surge.By and Alix Martichoux Gov. ordered several sectors to once again shut down Monday amid an increasingly concerning surge.RELATED: Bars, both indoor and outdoor, will be forced to close down statewide. Restaurants are being told to cease indoor operations. Outdoor dining and takeout are still allowed.All counties also have to close all indoor operations at wineries, tasting rooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, zoos, museums and...

July 13, 2020
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Gov. Newsom warns Californians to follow new health orders ahead of Fourth of July

Gov. Newsom warns Californians to follow new health orders ahead of Fourth of July

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutNewsom has ordered bars, indoor restaurants, movie theaters and more to close in most of California.By and Alix Martichoux SAN FRANCISCO -- A day after announcing new mandatory closures in 19 California counties where the coronavirus is spreading rapidly, Gov. Gavin Newsom addressed the complex issue of enforcing new rules.The state is launching a massive PSA campaign in an attempt to convince Californians to wear masks. If they don't, Newsom said counties should feel empowered to swap the carrot for the stick."If 40 million people want to turn their back on...

July 2, 2020
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Gov. Newsom signs executive order to send every registered Californian a mail-in ballot

Gov. Newsom signs executive order to send every registered Californian a mail-in ballot

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy and Alix Martichoux SAN FRANCISCO -- Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Friday to send every registered voter in California a mail-in ballot for the November presidential election.The election won't be vote-by-mail only; those who still want to vote in-person will be able to do so. The governor said detailed guidelines on how in-person voting will work were forthcoming.California is the first state in the nation to commit to sending everyone mail-in ballots amid the coronavirus pandemic, said Secretary of State Alex Padilla."There's no safer,...

May 8, 2020
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Coronavirus in Los Angeles: County beaches to reopen Wednesday with modifications

Coronavirus in Los Angeles: County beaches to reopen Wednesday with modifications

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBeach visitors will be required to be engaged in some sort of activity in order to be on the sand, such as walking, swimming and surfing.By LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles County beaches will reopen on Wednesday for active recreational activities after being closed for two months due to the coronavirus pandemic.Beach visitors will be required to be engaged in some sort of activity in order to be on the sand, such as walking, swimming and surfing. In other words sunbathing, sitting on the sand, setting up canopies and picnicking will all be off limits, according...

May 11, 2020
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Violent confrontation between deputy, driver in Lynwood caught on video

Violent confrontation between deputy, driver in Lynwood caught on video

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutDisturbing video shows what appears to be a controversial use of force by a Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy entering a vehicle and punching the driver.By LYNWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- Disturbing video shows what appears to be a controversial use of force by a Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy entering a vehicle.In the video, a deputy is seen punching and trying to drag a driver out of the car.Sheriff Alex Villanueva says he has seen the video and has questions and concerns - both about the use of force and for the well-being of another deputy who was injured in...

May 27, 2020
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